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Elder Art Gallery Old is New Again. Featuring illustrations and paintings by early twentieth century artists Ernest Walker and Leon Makielski. Continues through. March 29. Solo Exhibition: Carl Plansky, Abstract Expressionist. Featuring a selection of paintings from the late artist's collection. Plansky is best known for infusing color, movement and texture into his rich paintings. April 1-30. Classic Beauty. Featuring paintings by Pittsburg artist Diane White. May 6-31. Abstraction, Volume 2. Featuring abstract paintings by several artists. June 3-29. Ten Years of Celebrating Art. Elder Gallery celebrates its 10 year anniversary with a group show, featuring works by an array of talented artists. July 1-Aug. 30. 1427 South Blvd., Charlotte. 704-370-6337.

Green Rice Gallery Systems and Organisms. Featuring new paintings by Richard Babusci. Continues through March 27. Beauty in the Broken: New Works by Kendra Baird. Kendra's newest paintings reflect her travels and experiences with cultures abroad, as well her own home land. Opening artist reception on Friday, April 1, from 7 p.m.-9 p.m. April 1-May 29. Blurring the Lines. Featuring photography by Cate Eble. Opening artist reception on Friday, June 3, from 7 p.m.-9 p.m. June 3-26. 451 E. 36th St. 704-344-0300.

Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture What My Mother Told Me. Featuring art by Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons. Continues through June 19. Black Music After 1968. Featuring the photography of Jim Alexander. Continues through June 19. John & Vivian Hewitt Collection of African-American Art. Featuring works by Romare Bearden, Margaret Burroughs, Jonathan Green, Jacob Lawrence, Elizabeth Catlett, Ann Tanksley and Henry Ossawa Tanner. Continues through March 20. Artists-in-Residence Exhibit. Featuring new works by Fahamu Pecou and Marcia Jones. Daily. Singing Haiti. Featuring works by Edouard Duval Carrie. March 18-June 19. Faces, Places and Spaces. Featuring art by Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe. Daily. 551 South Tryon St., Charlotte. 704-547-3700.

Hidell Brooks Gallery My Third Grader Could Do That!. Hyper-realism artist Bill Braun creates what appears to be something from a third grade art project. What appears to be loosely assembled construction paper, masking tape, staples and brown craft paper is in reality acrylic paint on a flat canvas. Continues through March 26. Clarksdale Place: Dallas, TX. Featuring paintings by Charles Walker. Continues through March 26. Works by Julia Katz and Jeffrey Red. Featuring works by artists Julia Katz and Jeffrey Red. April 1-May 14. Works by Paige Laughlin. Featuring works by artist Paige Laughlin. May 20-June 25. 1910 S. Blvd., Suite 130, Charlotte. 704-334-7302.

Hodges Taylor Gallery Surroundings: Photography X 4. Featuring works by photographers Linda Foard Roberts, Alice Sebrell, Sonia Handelman Meyer and Ida Wyman. Continues through April 29. 401 N. Tryon St., Charlotte. 704-334-3799.

Jerald Melberg Gallery Flora Dreams: Paintings and Works on Paper. An exhibit of paintings and works on paper by Robert Kushner, an artist known for his richly textured and opulent paintings of flowers and plant forms. Continues through April 9. Works by Ernesto Berra and Raul Diaz. Two exhibitions of paintings and works on paper by the Argentine artists, Ernesto Berra and Raul Diaz. April 16-June 4. 625 S. Sharon Amity Road, Charlotte. 704-365-3000.

Johnson C. Smith University Free Radicals. The exhibit revolves around class struggle and the efforts to improve social standing in the world today. It includes works by local artist Antoine Williams and poems by Kirsten Hemmy. Continues through April 30. 100 Beatties Ford Road, Charlotte. 704-378-1000.

JULIAS COFFEE Love Lines. An exhibit of pen and ink illustrations by Charlotte artist Katrina Nixon. Continues through March 31. 1133 N Wendover Road, Charlotte. 704-962-2467.

LARK & KEY GALLERY, SOUTHEND LOCATION Inhabitants & Happenstance. Featuring new works by Duy Huynh and Amy Sanders. Opening reception Friday, April 1. April 1-May 28. Second Nature. Group exhibition of works. Opening reception on Friday, June 3. June 1-July 30. 128 E. Park Ave., Suite B, Charlotte. 704-334-4616.

The Light Factory Bring the Family. Photographers Tina Barney, Lydia Panas, Catalina Kulczar-Marin and Natalie Young explore the need for family, friends, and home. Held in Knight Gallery. Continues through May 22. Body & Soul. Featuring works that experiment in figurative subject matter by renowned photographers Joyce Tenneson, Jock Sturges and Mona Kuhn. Held in Middleton McMillan Gallery. Continues through May 15. Self Image. Students from Hawthorne High School and Myers Park High School share how they define themselves through conceptual photographs and stop-motion animations relating to identity and commonly encountered stereotypes. Held in Loch Walker & Skyway Galleries. March 3-April 10. The Light Factory Fourth Juried Annuale. Features a variety of works by photographers and artists across the country, as selected by The Light Factory. Held in Knight Gallery. May 31-Sept. 25. The 40th Annual Members Show. Showcases works in a variety of mediums and formats by The Light Factory's diverse member base. Held in Middleton McMillan Gallery. May 23-Aug. 28. My Family, Our Stories: Outreach Exhibition featuring English as Second Language students. The exhibition offers a glimpse into the lives of youth who recently immigrated to Charlotte and the US. Countries of origin include Mexico, Puerto Rico, Democratic Republic of Congo, Somalia Russia, Vietnam, Jordan, El Salvador, Turkey, India and more. Held in Loch Walker and Skyway Galleries. April 25-Aug. 1. 345 N. College St., Charlotte. 704-333-9755.

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